May 14, 2016 09:06 AM EDT

‘One Piece: Burning Blood’ Updates: Demo Now In PS4 And Xbox One, Online Multiplayer Trailer Set To Dominate Gaming Arena?

"One Piece: Burning Blood" recent news and updates revealed of the online multiplayer trailer that is forecast to dominate the gaming arena. Also, the demo is anticipated to be available in PS4 and Xbox One.

Playstation Lifestyle mentioned, "Bandai Namco announced today that the free demo for "One Piece: Burning Blood" is now available to download on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe and it is around 1GB to 1.2GB, depending on the prescribed region.

The demo includes the offline VS mode, four characters (Ace, Luffy, Franky, and Aokiji) and the new trailer was also released today, showcasing the Pirate Flag Battle Mode, which sees joining a pirate crew and fighting online against other teams to conquer as many islands as possible and the best crew at the end of the Season will be given a unique title, as noted by the same post.

"This mix of fighters will give you a taste of many aspects of gameplay: Logia powers, giant transformations, Haki abilities and more," Bandai Namco says. "You'll have to wait for the full game to play with the other characters, stages, and support characters!"

Additional report from Jobs & Hire has already showcased the different strategies of the anime franchise and the various released trailers in its anime section as well. According to the post, "One Piece" revealed the forthcoming 741st anime episode and the thrilling scenes it incorporates and with the teaser unveiled, the series franchise has been noted to propel the anime business and readiness to roll in the world of business and trade."

The forthcoming domination of "One Piece: Burning Blood" implied that the online multiplayer trailer demo has the capacity to weather the competitive tides of the gaming industry. Also, as game is set for release in PS4 and Xbox One, the possibility of transforming the gaming arena is escalating.

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